Care vs. Cardboard is a project inspired by a young lady attending college at Georgia State University. She is a friend of my son, Dillan, and an inspiration to me...although I've never met her.
As students, they see countless numbers of homeless people on their way to class. There is a park in the nearby area that they pass when they walk down a certain street. Because this park is public property, the homeless people in the area are allowed to stay, but they do not have shelter of any kind to protect them from the elements. This young lady has been moved by God to do something about this. Knowing that winter is not far away, she is collecting blankets, sheets, pillows, and other such items to give to these people in such great need.
I was so moved by her compassion to help people she doesn't even know that I wanted to do my part to help with such a worthy cause.
This is a great project for Acteens!
I was excited to be asked to lead the Acteens group at our church this year. This group consists of young ladies from 7th - 12th grades.
This year's theme is: G3: The Power of a Girl to Change the World
I thought the Care vs. Cardboard project would be a great way to share how they can help with missions in their own state. From now until this Sunday, October 28th, we have a collection box at First Baptist Church in Rochelle. If you'd like to donate items for this worthwhile cause, please drop them by the church. I would also be glad to pick up items if you are not able to deliver them.
I ask that you remember these students involved in this project...that God would use them in great ways to show Himself to those in need. It doesn't matter what your age, young or old, God uses those who are willing.